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Sargeking

Member Since: March 03, 2013

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  • September 17, 2014 at 1:00pm

    Mic: How about if no one is texting because it could also distract the driver? All you “what if” people irk my AZZ!

  • September 17, 2014 at 12:58pm

    chuck: Most cities have rules regarding gratuities. That includes all manner of freebies (meals, etc.) A free meal may not be “illegal” in the classical sense but it could be a MAJOR rule violation. It was in Fort Lauderdale (and still is). Whether or not the “rules” are enforced is rain water finding it’s own height.

  • [9] September 17, 2014 at 9:10am

    We are living in truly historic times. One member the team is either totally incompetent or is simply the biggest scoundrel in history. The other partner is an idiot. What a pair to draw too!

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  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 8:54am

    Congratulations! You’ve submitted the most irrelevant, stupid post of the day. Do you have to practice or does it come naturally?

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  • [2] September 17, 2014 at 8:51am

    Ty: All this rancor by the Libs is nothing more than a backdoor attempt to destroy the NFL. The Libs only want soccer permitted as a sport. After-all, it’s a game that even girls can play. That fits the Lib mantra, like a Manhattan show model poured into a tight pair of designer jeans, as it were. Imagery? You gotta love it!

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  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 8:44am

    Good! I’ll tell you exactly why. The distraction to a driver while texting turns the driver into a homicidal maniac! Why should they get away with threatening the life and safety of every other driver on the road? I would take it one step further. If caught texting while driving, a lifetime revocation of all driving privileges.

    My other pet peeve is people driving sans (without) any license or insurance. I have a good answer for that, as well. Immediate confiscation of the vehicle. A tow and impound, all fines paid before the vehicle is released, 3 weeks to comply, or the vehicle is auctioned. That will fix their wagon! Cheers!

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  • [2] September 17, 2014 at 8:17am

    I find the constant rush to judgement in the media to be truly amazing. Both NFL players have been tried and convicted and one wasn’t even facing any charges. Let me bring in another big story that has basically fallen off the radar but it still bubbling up. Regarding the shooting at the police barracks in PA, they have named a suspect and issued a warrant. The warrant was based upon the suspect owning a .308 rifle and they located his vehicle at the bottom of a pond. Inside were his driver license and S/S card. That’s it, and he’s already been “tried and convicted” by the media.

    Here’s something I find very troubling about this rush to “judgement.” The suspects photo was immediately published. Why do we get this guy’s picture and not the guy who decapitated the woman in England? I have a theory. The killer in England was an avowed Muslim by his own admission. We can’t go any further on that. In fact, we won’t even see any more coverage, thereof. The suspect in PA is a White guy. He’s supposedly a survivalist. Has been called a sniper, “who never misses.”

    At this juncture, I believe the guy in PA is nothing more than a convenient patsy as a cover-up for an attack carried out by a domestic terrorist cell. Of course, “We can’t go any further on that!”

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  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 7:58am

    The Big Mick: To stretch out this theater in play the Grand Jury has been sequestered for a period of six months plus 60 days. The plot is to push racist Blacks to define the rule of law. If the police officer is arrested and convicted it will be a miscarriage of so-called justice.

    You’re right in that the DOJ has nothing. They had nothing in the Zimmerman trial. It was all about politics, including Holder’s promise to follow-up with Civil Rights charges. The charges never materialized. This incident is also about politics in Ferguson. The DOJ is all about Left wing anarchists, promoting racist thugs.

  • September 16, 2014 at 9:35pm

    Here we are and the big story has been shoved down to page four. That’s pathetic. The PA State Police say they have a suspect but he looks more like a convenient patsy. All they found was some .308 shell casings that match the caliber but can’t be traced to a rifle. They have a car that someone dumped in a pond but that may have been for an insurance ripoff. They can’t locate their “suspect” but obtained an arrest warrant based on fumes. I say the “fumes” stink to high Heaven. I say the local authorities can’t catch a cold!

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  • [6] September 16, 2014 at 5:02pm

    I have to ask, is there any Democrat in office or running for election who isn’t a traitor? Who doesn’t hate and despise America? A single Democrat that won’t work to turn this nation into a into a Third World slum? Any Democrat that stands against the invasion over our borders, importing horrific disease,and acts of murderous terror? I don’t want to wax rhetorical, so I’ll answer the query.

    “NO” their aren’t any!

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  • [3] September 16, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Why should I care what John Liebowitz has to say? To me, he’s less than zero.

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  • [7] September 16, 2014 at 9:28am

    Here we go again another spurious poll, totally irrelevant. Just when you think they can’t get any worse, surprise, surprise! Why don’t they call 2,000 people and ask them if they’re happy or married?

  • September 16, 2014 at 8:50am

    pa: Here it is Tuesday and this story is fading as fast as Hillary’s chances to infect the United States with four more years of destruction. Levity aside, I’ve noticed an expanding pattern of “hit and run” stories. For example, where is the follow-up on the guy who decapitated that woman in England? No picture, although they have him in custody. No public release of a name, although charges have been filed.

    The ever “expanding” cover-ups encompass any aspect leading to Muslim extremism. Are the authorities fearful of general public retaliation or public accusations against the government in vociferous recriminations over official malfeasance of sworn duty to uphold and defend? How to best deal with the fallout? How about ignore the most pressing issues? Instead, let’s fixate on domestic abuse “issues” by players in the NFL.

  • September 15, 2014 at 7:33pm

    pa and mel: The MSM editors have been given their marching orders, “Suppress, suppress, suppress.” The local police are still fumbling around looking for a young White guy, an American with blue eyes and a member of the NRA. More wasted time because they too have been given their “special orders”. That is to say, Political Correctness at every cost over common sense. In effect, at this juncture the local police couldn’t catch a cold!

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 7:23pm

    making: I was referring to bats in West Africa and it’s a medical fact they have been spreading Ebola. So you may be right regarding stateside. Let’s hope so. Fruit bats or otherwise, I wouldn’t say thank you to any bat that contaminated me. Would you?

  • September 15, 2014 at 4:03pm

    Ricky: You’re spot on. It was a “Sportster” and a really cool one.

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 3:59pm

    Ebola is spread by rabid bats. Just so you know…Funny the article ignored that fact of nature?

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  • [6] September 15, 2014 at 3:54pm

    Thanks Obama Regime. We never before faced the threat of Ebola before in this nation because we never invited it in via the CDC. We always sent teams over there to treat it. The article excluded any mention of the more than 50,000 illegal, alien infected children distributed all across America into our schools. Can all of this gross incompetence and malfeasance of duty be accidental or is it intentional? I mean by direct design, leading straight back to the White House? You decide!

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  • September 15, 2014 at 3:10pm

    pa: You’re dialed in. Good posts! Too bad the police don’t reach out for some fresh ideas. They worry most about someone catching their thunder. I’ll tell you another good one. You know how the TV detective shows have these precincts that are loaded with investigators 24/7? Yeah, sure they do. In Fort Lauderdale the police were looking for a shooter who had escaped in an upper middle class neighborhood and knew he threw away his gun. I had a great tip, called and asked to speak to a detective. No show. They all went home at 5:00 pm and the dispatcher got testy with me. I told the phone handler anyway. The gun was likely tossed into a water meter box in the middle of the sidewalk. It was. That’s a true story and they would have never found it without my “interference”. LOL

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  • [4] September 15, 2014 at 2:59pm

    UPDATE: The name of the show was “Then Came Bronson”, circa 1969-70. My bad. It was a long time ago.

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